The equipment list for the base SE includes cloth seat upholstery, LED exterior lighting with automatic headlights, cruise control, two USB ports (front row), a 4.2-inch driver information display, 60/40-split folding rear seats and under-seat storage, and 18-inch alloy wheels. The cargo bed is lined with durable composite material and has numerous integrated storage compartments. The 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system compiles wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, HD Radio, Bluetooth (with wireless audio streaming), and a sound system with six speakers.
For safety, the Hyundai SmartSense technology suite comes standard. This collection of the latest advanced driver-support technologies consists of forward collision-avoidance assist with pedestrian detection, blind-spot collision-avoidance assist, rear cross-traffic collision-avoidance assist, lane-keeping assist, lane-following assist, and driver attention warning. A rearview monitor with parking guidance is also included, along with anti-lock brakes, vehicle stability control, traction control, and hill start assist.
The SEL’s most significant upgrades are proximity keyless entry, heated front seats, and remote start. It also gets dual-zone automatic climate control, an eight-way power driver’s seat, push-button start, and heated side mirrors with integrated LED turn indicators. The infotainment system has the same features as the one in the base SE (wireless smartphone integration, HD Radio, Bluetooth, and a six-speaker sound system), but it adds SiriusXM satellite radio and access to Bluelink connected services. There are no additions to the SmartSense safety technology suite.
The SEL Activity Package is available for those who want a power moonroof, a sliding rear window, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, a lockable tonneau cover, a 115-volt AC power inverter in the cargo bed, LED bed lighting, and bed organizing hardware. This well-packed optional bundle will also improve the infotainment array with a 10.25-inch touchscreen navigation, dynamic voice control, and wireless device charging. As wireless smartphone integration is not compatible with this version of the system, your phone will need to be plugged in manually to use Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.
The Night trim lets the stars shine through its standard power moonroof. It also moves up to H-Tex upholstery and adds wireless device charging, trim-specific exterior treatments, a sliding rear window, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, a 115-volt power inverter in the cargo bed, and 20-inch alloy wheels. The upgraded 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system (with manually plugged-in Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, navigation, dynamic voice control) is also standard.
The XRT gets some special styling elements on the outside, such as wide fender flares, matte-black door handles, and 18-inch alloy wheels with orange center caps. It also comes with Hyundai Digital Key, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Its SmartSense array grows with Smart Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, intelligent speed limit assist, and an upgraded version of forward collision-avoidance assist that has cyclist and junction-turning detection.
The Limited loads up on amenities, getting leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a Bose sound system with eight speakers, rain-sensing windshield wipers, rear HVAC vents, ambient cabin lighting, dark-chrome exterior accents, and 20-inch alloy wheels. Like the XRT, it has the complete SmartSense technology suite, with intelligent speed limit assist and upgraded forward collision-avoidance assist (with cyclist and junction-turning detection), but it gets even more: Curve Control is added to the upgraded edition of Smart Cruise Control with Stop-and-Go, and highway driving assist, a blind-spot view monitor, and a surround-view monitor are added.